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Abate Delivers Book Talks on Climate Change, Animal Law

Randall S. Abate, professor in the Department of Political Science and Sociology and Rechnitz Family/Urban Coast Institute Endowed Chair in Marine and Environmental Law and Policy, delivered two invited presentations in Manhattan on February 4, 2019.

In the afternoon, Abate delivered a luncheon book talk on his work-in-progress book, Climate Change and the Voiceless: Protecting Future Generations, Wildlife, and Natural Resources (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming August 2019), to professors and students at the New School for Social Research in lower Manhattan.

Abate then delivered an evening presentation on his book, What Can Animal Law Learn From Environmental Law? (Environmental Law Institute Press 2015), to approximately 35 lawyers at the New York City Bar Association. This lecture was hosted by the Animal Law Committee of the New York City Bar Association.

Abate’s upcoming speaking engagements:

Feb. 14, 2019: Book Tour Lecture, George Washington University Law School

Feb. 15, 2019: Panelist, Climate Change Displacement Symposium, American University Law School

Feb. 23, 2019: Judge, Pace National Environmental Moot Court Semifinals, White Plains, N.Y.